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JPMorgan resumes coverage of Visa at an overweight rating.
Sterne Agee CRT initiated coverage of Tesla with a buy rating.
Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com predicts that Visa will continue climbing and gives his trade.
Goldman Sachs just upgraded Costco to buy from neutral.
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